Ramanan Laxminarayan explains why our antibiotics no longer work as well as they used to and discusses what we can do about it.
For the first time, Princeton University researchers and colleagues have conducted a broad assessment of antibiotic consumption in livestock around the world.
Graduate Research Funding is available through the Health Grand Challenge and the Center for Health and Wellbeing (CHW) for Princeton University Ph.D. candidates.
Two PEI-STEP Environmental Policy Fellows, Ning Lin and Luke MacDonald, graduated in June 2010 with Ph.D.s from the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, and in addition were awarded the Graduate Certificate in Science, Technology and Environmental Policy (STEP) from the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs.
Ning Lin honored through the Hoffman Scholars Program for Ph.D. Thesis Entitled Multi-Hazard Risk Analysis Related to Hurricanes
Named in honor of the late Bob Hoffman *58, a proud graduate alumnus of Princeton and ardent supporter of alumni education, the program is designed to share with alumni some of the best doctoral research being conducted at the University.